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April 19, 1968 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-04-19

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David P. Zack, Chairman of Dmnerfor Yeshiva U., Announces Committee

More than 80 representatives of 13th annual dinner, so that the
the community are serving on the total proceeds of the event will
committee for the 13th annual be contributed to Yeshiva Uni-
"Bar Mitzva Year" dinner of the versity.
Detroit Friends of Yeshiva Univer-
Serving as co-chairmen of the
sity in honor of Morris Karbal dinner scholarship committee are:
May 28 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Louis Berry, Jack Bushkin, Irwin I.
Cohn, Howard S. Danzig, Louis M. Elli-
David P. Zack is chairman of the man,
Nathan Fishman, Nathan Freed-
event, and David Pollack co-chair- land, Nathan I. Goldin, Irwin Green,
Samuel Hechtman, Sol Lessman, Benja-
man.
min Levinson, Julius Rotenberg, Harry
The occasion will be highlighted Rott and Max Tollman.
Still in formation, the dinner
by the presentation of the Yeshiva
University Distinguished Service committee includes:
Norman Allen, Philip Ash, Mandell L.
Award to Karbal for his aid to Berman,
Samuel Berger, Paul Borman,
Yeshiva University's scholarship Paul D. Borman, Morris Brandwine,
Robert
Brody,
Norman Cottler, A. J.
and building programs.
Cuttler, Julius Feigelman, Morton Feig-
Martin Agronsky, Washington enson,
Walter L. Field, Joseph D. Feld-
and Dr. Leon Fill.
correspondent for CBS radio and man
Also, Hymen Freedland, Joseph
television networks, will be guest Frenkel,
William Genser, Rabbi James
I. Gordon, Jack Greisman, Rabbi Irwin
speaker.
Groner, David Handelman, Jack I.
Abraham Bormon, a member Kraisman, Benjamin C. Labret, Joseph
of the board of trustees of Lee, Morris Ben Lewis, Jack Lieberman,
Hyman Lipsitz, Alfred A. May and
Yeshiva University and perma- David
M. Miro.
Also, Isidore Muskovitz, Meyer H.
nent chairman of the Detroit
Must, Irvng I. Palman, Henry Pariser,
Friends, is acting as host of the David Rosen, Meyer Rosen, David Saf-

Memorial Vigil, Israel Anniversary
to Get 'Double Billing' Next Weekend

A solemn midnight observance
commemorating the martyrs of
the Warsaw Ghetto and the death
of the Six Million will precede
Detroit's celebration of Israel's
20th anniversary next weekend.
The one-hour Midnight Memorial
Vigil, rescheduled from April 6
when the curfew was in effect,
will be held 11:30 p.m. April 27
at the Jewish Center. The ob-
servance of Israel's statehood is
scheduled for 8 p.m. April 28,
also at the Center.
Announcement of the double
observance was made by Dr.
Samuel Krohn, president of the
Jewish Community Council, • which
is sponsoring the first event and
cosponsoring the second, with the
Zionist Council of Detroit. Morris
Lieberman is chairman of the
Zionist Council.
Among the participants in
the vigil will be Rabbi Irwin
Groner, Dr. Krohn and ghetto
and concentration camp survi-
vors. Dr. Krohn will express the
sense of alarm felt by Jewish
communities throughout the
world against the current anti-
Semitic statements of the Polish
government.
Rabbi Groner's address is en-
titled "These Do I Remember."
The Independence Day program

will be a colorful contrast to the
observance of the evening before.
Featuring a talk by Moshe Les-
hem, ambassador extraordinary
with the Israel Mission to the
United Nations, the celebration
will include musical entertainment
and the presentation of colors by
Jewish veteran organizations.
Tickets to the celebration will
be available at the door.

University are located in the De-
troit community area as rabbis,
educators, social work profession-
als, physicians, scientists and
members of various industries.

Zuckerman Event
to Be Held June 13

The dinner in honor of Paul
Zuckerman, originally scheduled
for June 12, will be held June 13
at Cong. Shaarey Z e d e k. The
dinner sponsored by the Jewish
National Fund, will honor Zucker-
man for his communal services.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 19, 1968-7

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Active in the dinner leadership
are the officers of the Detroit
Friends of Yeshiva University.
Honorary chairman of the Friends
are Tom Borman, Rabbi Hayim
Donin, Max M. Fisher, Dr. Jacob
E. Goldman, Joseph Holtzman,
Judge Nathan J. Kaufman, Philip
Slomovitz and Phillip Stollman.
Under the chairmanship of Abra-
ham Borman, co-chairman is Ed-
ward C. Levy. David Goldberg is
treasurer and Daniel Laven secre-
tary.
Jack M. Levine is coordinator of
the dinner, with offices at 506
Michigan Building .
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B-G Refuses Honors
on Independence Day

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

TEL AVIV—Former Prime Min-
ister David Ben-Gurion has turned
down invitations to attend the In-
dependence Day parade May 14
and to deliver the principal ad-
dress at a festive session of the
Knesset on that occasion, it was
reported Wednesday. Ben - Gurion
also has refused to accept the
"Israel's Award," which was to
be conferred on him at Inde-
pendence Day ceremonies in recog-
nition of his lifetime of service to
Israel and his role in founding the
state.
The 82-year-old Israeli leader
gave no reason for rejecting the
invitations, which included the
honor of inaugurating the Inde-
pendence D a y celebrations by
igniting the first fire on Mt. Herzl.
Sources here indicated, however,
that the former prime minister
was piqued by the proposal to
grant him "just another Israel's
Award." Eleven awards are given
each Independence Day to sci-
entists, scholars, artists and stage
actors who have achieved promi-
nence in their fields.
In a letter to the minister of
education, who is responsible for
the awards, Ben-Gurion said: "I
am told I am to receive Israel's
award for my lifelong devotion
C I Israel. I see no reason for such
an award. All I did was to fulfill
my duty to my country just as
tens of thousands of others did."
Ben-Gurion suggested that the
minister find another suitable re-
cipient for his award.

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